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Honda Accord

MK9 Accord Series II

Honda logo1 May 2016

By ROBBIE WALLIS

Honda updated its Accord sedan in May 2016, bringing light changes to its styling, while dropping the slow-selling Sport Hybrid variant from its line-up.

Stylistically, the Accord gained slimmer headlights with LED daytime running lights and a bolder, more chrome-heavy grille that borrowed design cues from the just-launched Civic small sedan and the forthcoming NSX supercar.

It also gained a new bumper, new wheel designs for the VTi and V6L, LED foglights, a new rear bumper and updated tail-lights, as well as new colour – Brilliant Sporty Blue.

The Accord range featured Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard, as well as a multi-angle reversing camera and Honda’s LaneWatch camera system. Other standard gear included a seven-inch colour touchscreen, Bluetooth phone and audio, USB connectivity, black fabric seats, cruise control, dual-zone climate control, a six-speaker 160-watt audio system, Multi Information Display, a 12V power outlet, Eco Assist and the Econ Mode, Active Noise Control and Active Sound Control as well as 17-inch alloy wheels.

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